Friday, September 9, 2016
In some parts of the world, the rising cost of education is an issue of major concern. In particular, a fortune.com article has labelled the high costs of college in the U.S. as “crazy.” On the other hand, there are some who are working hard to address this issue, attempting to offer free or low-cost education to as many people as possible.
Tuition-Free studies in Europe
A scholars4dev article at
lists the “top 5 countries where you can study for free in 2016” as Finland, Austria, Norway, Germany, and Sweden. For each country, the article also provides some relevant information such as a list of institutions for higher learning, a list of scholarships offered, and school fee levels where fees are charged.
Online Tuition-Free Universities
The scholars4dev article briefly describes the University of the People, the first university offering online degrees/courses at no cost; and it also provides a list of universities around the world that are now also offering free online courses.
Furthermore, the scholars4dev article also provides numerous helpful links such as links to lists of universities around the world that provide scholarships for international students.
Posted by Win Straube at 10:49 PM